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THE PEOPLE

charlie o ’ connor DIRECTOR OF SALES 859-333 2066 coconnor@coolmore.com

aisling duignan DIRECTOR OF BLOODSTOCK 859-333 2566 across@coolmore.com

dermot ryan MANAGER 859-333 2562 dryan@coolmore.com

brian cotter AREA MANAGER 859-333 2583 bcotter@coolmore.com

brian tormey AREA MANAGER 859-509 8124 btormey@coolmore.com

bob davis AREA MANAGER 859-333 2565 bdavis@coolmore.com

helen o ’ leary STALLION BOOKINGS 859-879 5749 holeary@coolmore.com

adrian wallace SALES 859-327 8302 adrianmw@coolmore.com

scott calder SALES & MARKETING 859-327 8303 scalder@coolmore.com

cheree lalor STALLION BOOKINGS 859-879 5704 clalor@coolmore.com

"he's simply like michael Jordan….he stays in the air longer than any horse, and you get the feeling that there's not one gear left, but he may have two, three or four gears,"

eclipse award winner at 2

recorded 10 consecutive triple-diGit beyers culminatinGwith a 120 in the classic. I can’t remember a horse starting a triple-digit run as a 2-year-old and keeping it up to the fall of his 3-year-old season dick Jerardi, DRF ~ ~

1 st Del Mar Futurity [ Gr.1 ], by 4¾ lengths 1 st FrontRunner Stakes [ Gr.1 ], by 3¼ lengths

Bloodstock Agent / Clocker Gary young before the Kentucky Derby

1 st Breeders’ Cup Classic [ Gr.1 ], by 6½ lengths 1 st Kentucky Derby [ Gr.1 ], by a length 1 st Preakness Stakes [ Gr.1 ], by 7 lengths 1 st Belmont Stakes [ Gr.1 ], by 5½ lengths 1 st Haskell Invitational Stakes [ Gr.1 ], by 2¼ lengths triple crown winner at 3

1 st Arkansas Derby [ Gr.1 ], by 8 lengths 1 st Rebel Stakes [ Gr.2 ], by 6¼ lengths

American Pharoah ran the fastest final quarter-mile (24.32 seconds, or 24⅕ when converted to the traditional fifths of a second for comparison purposes) of any Triple Crown-winning Belmont Stakes. The next two fastest final quarters were 24⅗ each (Gallant Fox in 1930 and Count Fleet, who won the Belmont by 25 lengths, in 1943). Secretariat’s legendary 31-length win in the 1973 Belmont recorded the fourth fastest final quarter, 25 flat. Thoroughbred Racing Commentary

AMERICAN PHAROAH Pioneerof the Nile - Littleprincessemma (Yankee Gentleman)

as American Pharoah bounded into the stretch amid a deafening roar, the memories of the gritty Affirmed, the speedy Seattle Slew (1977) and that tremendous machine Secretariat (1973) were summoned from backside to grandstand, and rightfully so. ~ ~ Nytimes.com , June 6, after the Belmont Stakes

a true great, and I do not use that term lightly ~ ~ mikewatchmaker , DRF American Pharoah’s victory in the Classic completed what probably is the most accomplished campaign by a 3-year-old since Secretariat in 1973 ~ ~ Steven Crist, DRF

an icon; the personification of perfection -- physically, mechanically, and mentally. In short, the ultimate racing machine. steve haskin , Bloodhorse.com, 5 Aug 2015 ~ ~

THE BEST 2YO BY KENTUCKY DERBY WINNER SUPER SAVER His top-class first crop includes: COMPETITIVE EDGE (Cape Town, Dehere) Won Hopeful S.- Gr.1 (7f.), Saratoga Won Pat Day Mile S.- Gr.3 (1m.), Churchill Downs RUNHAPPY (Broken Vow, Northern Jove) Won King's Bishop S.- Gr.1 (7f.), Saratoga Won Stoll Keenon Ogden Phoenix S.- Gr.3 (6f.), Keeneland EMBELLISH THE LACE (Distant View, Phone Trick) Won Alabama S.- Gr.1 (1¼ m.), Saratoga I SPENT IT (Sky Mesa, Sham) Won Saratoga Special S.- Gr.2 (6½ f.), Saratoga 2 nd Hopeful S.- Gr.1 , Saratoga HIGH DOLLAR WOMAN (Fusaichi Pegasus, Fly So Free)

cost $750,000 as a 2yo at FasiG-tipton

Gr.1 winner at 2

record-breaker at 3

1 st hopeful stakes-Gr.1 , 7f., Saratoga by 5¾ lengths from I Spent It (Gr.2 winner also by Super Saver) . 1 st Maiden, 6f., Saratoga by 10¼ lengths 1 st pat day mile stakes-Gr.3 , 8f., Churchill Downs in stakes record time by 4½ lengths 1 st tamarac stakes , 7f., Gulfstream Park by 8¼ lengths

At 2

At 3

won his First 4 starts by nearly 29 lenGths!

He covered the mile on a fast Churchill Downs track in 1:34.18, a new stakes record. The previous record, 1:34.40, was set by Ack Ack in 1969. horseracingnation.com , 3 May 2015 ~ ~

Won Indiana Oaks- Gr.2 (8½ f.), Indiana Downs SUPER MAJESTY (Go for Gin, Royal and Regal) Won Dogwood S.- Gr.3 (7f.), Churchill Downs

competitive edge in super hopeful competitive edge followed up on a jawdropping debut victory with a scintillating 5¾-length triumph in the Gi hopeful s. at saratoga

COMPETITIVE EDGE Super Saver - Magdalena’s Chase (Cape Town)

tdn, 09/02/14

unbeaten in 2 starts as a 2yo winninG by 8 lenGths & 3 lenGths Winner of the Queen Anne Stakes-Gr.1 over a mile at Royal Ascot. Winner of the Juddmonte International Stakes-Gr.1 over 1m2 ½ f at York, in the second-fastest time ever (bettered only by Sea The Stars ).

His 4 first-crop weanlings at Keeneland sold for up to $800,000 and averaged $295,000

Ran an excellent third, beaten a nose and a head, behind Mucho Macho Man and Will Take Charge in the Breeders’ Cup Classic-Gr.1 on his only start on dirt.

In-foal mares realized up to $775,000 “ we hear rave reviews of his foals from other sources than the farm which stands him ” Bill OPPenheim , TDN 10/28/15

DECLARATION OF WAR War Front - Tempo West (Rahy) By war Front and shares his broodmare sire rahy with triple Champion Sire Giant’s causeway His dam is a half-sister to Gr.1 Champagne and Gr.1 Belmont Stakes winner union raGs

“He’s just a damn good horse” Dale Romans , trainer of Brody’s Cause

BRODY’S CAUSE Breeders’ Futurity [ Gr.1 ] and 3 rd in Breeders’ Cup Juvenile [ Gr.1 ] in 2015

With lifetime earnings of over $123,000,000 and 31 Gr.1 winners internationally, GIAnT’S CAuSeWAy leads all active sires in north America bar none. The only horse since Danzig to top the General Sires List on three occasions, he has also twice topped the 2yO table. If you want to breed a champion, look no further!

CARPE DIEM Breeders’ Futurity [ Gr.1 ] at 2 and Blue Grass Stakes [ Gr.1 ] at 3

TAKE CHARGE BRANDI Champion 2YO Filly Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Fillies [ Gr.1 ] and Starlet Stakes [ Gr.1 ] at 2

Topped Keeneland November at $6,000,000

GIANT’S CAUSEWAY Storm Cat - Mariah’s Storm (Rahy)

5 Gr.1wins and an eclipse awardwinner at 2 and 3 years!

Gr.2 Peter Pan Stakes and Gr.2 West Virginia Derby winner MADEFROMLUCKY

2015 LEADING SECOND-CROP SIRES R AnK S tAllIon SW S E ARnInGS 1 munninGs 11 $3,921,225 2 lookin at lucky 5 $3,227,249 3 Super Saver 5 $2,935,484 Source: TDN, 10/08/15

I’M A CHATTERBOX - G1 Cotillion Stakes

OM - G2 Del Mar Derby

2015 yearlinGs top colt: $255,000 top Filly: $255,000

Canadian Classic winner - BREAKING LUCKY, $500,000 Prince Of Wales Stakes

“ Munnings’s early success is bound to attract much better mares this coming breeding season at a stud

MUNNINGS Speightstown - La Comete (Holy Bull)

LOOKIN AT LUCKY

fee certain to be rather higher than the $12,500 quoted for 2015. He may be well on his way to reaching top rank as a stallion ”

Smart Strike - Private Feeling (Belong To Me)

John sparkman, DRF, 09/25/15

the american racing manual 3-Year-olds – Ratings of 112 or Greater

A brilliant winner of the Kentucky Derby, proven Grade 1 sire FuSAICHI PeGASuS has sired 10 millionaires. next to attain that status is likely to be International Star who went unbeaten in three Graded Stakes earlier in the year including the Gr.2 Risen Star Stakes and the Gr.2 Louisiana Derby.

At 2 At 3

1 st Maiden, 1m, Curragh, by 6 lengths . 1 st breeders’ cup turf-Gr.1 , 1½m, Santa Anita defeating 7 multiple Gr.1 winners . 1 st irish 2,000 Guineas-Gr.1 , 1m, Curragh, by 3½ lengths in a very fast time .

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stakes race and Grade breeders’ cup turf-G1 Breeders’ Cup Classic-G1 Kentucky Derby-G1 Breeders’ Cup Distaff-G1 Haskell Invitational S.-G1 Breeders’ Cup Dirt Mile-G1

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1 st dee stakes-Gr.3 , 1 m, Chester, by 4 lengths . 1 st mooresbridge stakes-Gr.3 , 1¼m, Curragh. 2 nd arlington million-Gr.1 , 1¼m, Arlington Park. 2 nd prince of wales’s s.-Gr.1 , 1¼m, Royal Ascot. 5 16

"this is going to be a good horse for us next year" Ken RAmsey, owner of inTeRnATiOnAl sTAR

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maGician (ire) Will take Charge

At 4

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Beholder Verrazano Goldencents

Preakness S.-G1 Belmont S.-G1

oxbow

Palace Malice Princess of Sylmar

Kentucky oaks-G1, Beldame S.-G1

Galileo at stud

the best by

in north america

First in-foal mares in 2015 include Grade 1 winners AFFLUENT & LUCIFER’S STONE

FUSAICHI PEGASUS Mr. Prospector - Angel Fever (Danzig)

MAGICIAN Galileo - Absolutelyfabulous (Mozart)

“ Raise your hand if you had scat daddy in your pool to become the next coming of storm cat or a.p. indy in the breeding world. It’s unbelievable how versatile and prolific his winning offspring have become ” DRF.com

i will admit to having a soft spot for scat daddy-- andmy liking for him isn’t just sentimental. i believe he has a very bright future, based on his established ability to upgrade his mares. the blood-horse lists his average earnings index as 1.77, with his mares’ comparable index lagging behind at 1.54. ...it is going to be fascinating to see whether he can do even better over the next few years, when he will be represented by crops sired at $30,000 and $35,000. i’ll be disappointed if he doesn’t. Andrew Caulfield, Pedigree insights, TDn 10/06/15

2015 LEADING SIRES OF 2YO’S

R AnK S tAllIon

SW S

GSW S

E ARnInGS

1 Uncle Mo 2 scat daddy

7 8

3 $3,349,168 6 $2,904,392 1 $1,914,762 2 $1,808,764

3 Medaglia d’oro 2

4 War Front

2

TDN, 11/17/15

NICKNAME opens up to win the Gr.1 Frizette Stakes by 3½ lengths on her Stakes debut

siX individual 2yowinners at the saratoGa meet, double that oF any other sire!

6 Graded-winning 2yos in 2015! nickname Frizette Stakes [ Gr.1 ] pretty n cool Sorrento Stakes [ Gr.2 ]

how u.s. stallion scat daddy has become the Galileo oF chile Thoroughbred Racing Commentary

2 nd Del Mar Debutante Stakes [ Gr.1 ] Queen Mary Stakes [ Gr.2 ] 2 nd Coolmore nunthorpe S. [ Gr.1 ] With Anticipation Stakes [ Gr.2 ]

149 born

134 runners

acapulco

116 winners

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45 black type winners 12 Grade 1 winners

conQuest daddyo Summer Stakes [ Gr.2 ] harmoniZe Jessamine Stakes [ Gr.3 ]

SCAT DADDY Johannesburg - Love Style (Mr. Prospector)

“ this week’s sale marked his entry into the commercial major leagues ” Bill OPPenheim, TDn 8/13/15 Six yearlings offered at Saratoga all sold - realising up to $600,000 and averaging $450,000

undeFeated champion 2yo

Only one horse in history has managed to land Gr.1 Breeders’ Cup Juvenile Gr.1 Champagne Gr.2 hopeful stakes Never before.

winner of his five 2yo starts over five different distances from 4½ furlongs to 1 1/16 m. 1 st Breeders’ Cup Juvenile [ Gr.1 ], 1 1/16 m, Santa Anita 1 st Champagne Stakes [ Gr.1 ], 1m, Belmont Park by 5 lengths 1 st Hopeful Stakes [ Gr.2 ], 7f, Saratoga by 3¾ lengths

First crop weanlings in 2015 have

sold for $190,000, $180,000, $140,000, $120,000 etc

1 st track Barron Stakes, 6f, Belmont Park 1 st Maiden Special Weight, 4½f, Aqueduct 1 st Aljamin Stakes, 6½f, Belmont Park, at 3 years

SHANGHAI BOBBY Harlan’s Holiday - Steelin’ (Orientate)

more top performers in 2015, at all the right tracks!

stopcharGinGmaria Breeders’ Cup Distaff [ Gr.1 ], Keeneland Shuvee H. [ Gr.3 ], Saratoga Allaire DuPont Distaff S. [ Gr.3 ], Pimlico 2 nd Madison S. [ Gr.1 ], Keeneland Favorite tale Smile Sprint S. [ Gr.2 ], Gulfstream Park

3 rd Breeders’ Cup Sprint [ Gr.1 ], Keeneland 3 rd Alfred G Vanderbilt H. [ Gr.1 ], Saratoga Kelso H. [ Gr.2 ], Belmont Park Pat o’Brien S. [ Gr.2 ], Del Mar 2 nd triple Bend S. [ Gr.1 ], Santa Anita

Gr.1 perFormer at 2

appealinG tale

Gr.1 travers winner at 3

Gr.1 ciGar mile winner at 4

melodic

Joseph A. Gimma S., Belmont Park

enchantinG lady saratoGa snacks

Santa Paula S., Santa Anita Saginaw S., Belmont Park

His first crop, yearlings of 2015, have sold for $280,000 , $250,000 , $240,000 , $200,000 , $200,000 etc.

2 nd Santa Anita oaks [ Gr.1 ], Santa Anita

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STAY THIRSTY Bernardini - Marozia (Storm Bird)

TALE OF THE CAT Storm Cat - Yarn (Mr. Prospector)

TABLE TOPPER

2015 LEADING SIRES OF 2YO’S

R AnK S tAllIon

SW S

GSW S

E ARnInGS

1 uncle mo 2 scat daddy

7 8

3 $3,349,168 6 $2,904,392 1 $1,914,762 2 $1,808,764 3 $1,678,734 2 $1,638,366 TDN, 11/17/15

2YO brilliance, passed on An undefeated champion at 2, unCLe MO recorded the highest Beyer figures of his generation at both 2 years (108) and 3 years (118). now he’s passing on that brilliance to his sons and daughters with his first 2-year-old crop including a pair of Grade 1 winners. He’s the first 2yO sire in history with earnings of over $3,000,000. “Nothing short of sensational” Bill Finley’s BReAKOUTs OF 2015 , TDN

3 Medaglia d’oro 2

4 War Front

2 4 3

5 tapit

6 Bernardini

SESSION TOPPERS

GOMO Alcibiades Stakes [ Gr.1 ]

NYQUIST Breeders’ Cup Juvenile [ Gr.1 ], FrontRunner Stakes [ Gr.1 ] and Del Mar Futurity Stakes [ Gr.1 ]

TDN, 09/19/15

UNCLE MO Indian Charlie - Playa Maya (Arch)

TDN, 11/05/15

top beyer FiGures For 3yo’s 2009-2015 120 AMERICAN PHAROAH 118 UNCLE MO 116 VERRAZANO 116 RACHEL ALEXANDRA 115 SHARED BELIEF 114 DREAMING OF JULIA 114 MACLEAN’S MUSIC 113 RUNHAPPY 113 TOAST OF NEW YORK 113 BAYERN 113 CALIFORNIA CHROME 112 WILL TAKE CHARGE

won 6 oF his First 7 races

by a combined 46¾ lenGths!

VERRAZANO More Than Ready - Enchanted Rock (Giant’s Causeway)

First in-foal mares in november sold for up to $275,000 and averaged over $100,000

“ When you look at him next to other horses he looks like hercules next to mere mortals. ” steve haskin www.bloodhorse.com, 9th April 2013

american pharoah champion 2yo new for 2016 competitive edGe unbeaten 5¾-length Gr.1 hopeful winner at 2 new for 2016 Giant’s causeway unbeaten Gr.1 winner at 2 champion 2yo sire in 2005 & 2014 champion sire in 2009, 2010 & 2012 scat daddy Gr.1 champagne stakes winner at 2 sire of an unprecedented 6 Graded stakes-winning 2yo’s in 2015 shanGhai bobby unbeaten champion 2yo First weanlings in 2015 uncle mo unbeaten champion 2yo the leading 2yo sire in his freshman year!

when a horse is brilliant early, it is a high indicator of something genetically positive

THE BLOODHORSE

5-Star Accommodation On both sides of the Atlantic!

Whether your mares are visiting stallions in Kentucky or in Europe, Coolmore offer a top class boarding service. 14 individual Group 1 winners in 2015 were foaled or spent their formative months at our Irish headquarters in Fethard, Co. Tipperary including Sir Robert Ogden’s Amazing Maria, Jeff Smith’s Arabian Queen who bested Golden Horn in the Juddmonte International, Juergen Imm’s German Derby winner Nutan, Merry Fox Stud’s Second Step and the Wertheimer Brothers’ brilliant miler Solow. Leading American breeders who already avail of our unrivalled boarding service in Ireland include Tanya and John Gunther’s Glenwood Farm, Mount Brilliant Farm, John Sikura, Glen Hill Farm, Gainesway Thoroughbreds, Helen Alexander, Flaxman Holdings, Bobby Flay, Joseph Allen, Besilu Stables, Michael Baum, Anita Nesser, Chuck Fipke, George Strawbridge, Ice Wine Stables and Haras Don Alberto. Should you have any queries on boarding in Ireland, why not give David or Gerry a call.

david o ’ loughlin +353-86-249 0821 doloughlin@coolmore.ie

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